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MUSIC FOR Galway's successful cello season Cellissimo closes this weekend when MFG joins forces with the Galway Early Music Festival for a concert of Baroque music in St Nicholas' Collegiate Church.
Roscommon Arts Centre has just launched their summer events brochure and it is packed full of theatre, dance, music, comedy, and children’s events.
KATHERINE HUNKA, leader and director of the Irish Chamber Orchestra; top British cellist Guy Johnston; and one of Ireland’s finest pianists Hugh Tinney, are joining forces for a concert in NUI Galway’s Aula Maxima on Tuesday November 11 at 8pm.
IN A fascinating fusion of theatre and music, the Irish Chamber Orchestra come to the Town Hall Theatre with My Brother Peter, which explores the life and work of Peter Ilyich Tchaikovsky.
THE VIOLIN, accordion, and double bass will be played by Katherine Hunka, Dermot Dunne and Malachy Robinson, in the Mick Lally Theatre at Druid Lane.
Three of the country’s finest musicians, Máirtín Ó Connor, Zoë Conway, and Dónal Lunny, join forces for a dream Music Network concert of traditional music at its very best at the Linenhall Arts Centre in Castlebar on Monday, May 13 at 8pm.
A MEDITATION on Christ’s final words on the Cross and a homage to the patron saint of music, St Cecilia, will form part of a pre-Easter concert of sacred contemporary music in St Nicholas’ Collegiate Church.
FOUR OF Galway city’s secondary schools will join the Irish Chamber Orchestra for a concert featuring music by Philip Glass and Schubert.
TRIO ELATHA, featuring cellist Ailbhe McDonagh, guitarist Brendan Walsh, and violinist Zoë Conway, play two concerts in County Galway this month.
THE GALWAY Music Residency will present Irish guitarist John Feeley at its next lunchtime concert on Tuesday in the Town Hall Theatre. Feeley will be performing a selection of works by J S Bach; Adagio and Fugue from Violin Sonata No 1 in G minor (BWV 1001), Cello Suite No 1 in G major (BWV 1007), and Chaconne in D minor from Partita no 2, (BWV 1004). He will preface the performance with a short talk about the music.